Digital distributor GOG.com expanded its library of Mac games by an impressive 22 titles today with an update that includes both classics and newer hits such as the Diablo-themed dungeon crawler Torchlight. We’ve already seen the bulk of these games on the Mac before, but GOG’s update also brings a few '90s PC favorites to the Mac for the first time. Better late than never.
So it was a big announcement week with not only the long rumored iPad mini, but surprises like the newly redesigned iMacs, Retina Display additions to the MacBook line up, and the fourth generation iPad. One thing Apple never does is disappoint. So a few other stories happened this week too, so why don't we take a look?
Just last week, we told you about GOG.com adding Mac support to its ever-growing library of classic video games. The news was obviously a big deal; we're talking about must-play games showing up on Mac OS for the first time ever. Today, Good Old Games adds 12 new Interplay titles for Mac at a "pay what you want" price.
Man, oh man. What an awesome day for Mac gamers. If you've missed out on the excellent classic-game marketplace that is Good Old Games due to a lack of Mac compatibility, the team at CD Projekt RED and GOG.com just announced some amazing news. Starting today, a huge selection of exclusive games are ready for download on your Mac -- and they're all on sale.